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Wife ran for 14 min w/out anything in it changed fuse no luck

My wife ran the oven instead of the timer with out anything in the oven. just changed fuse with no luck. is it dead?

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You need to change the cavity thermostat. The unit got too hot and blew the cavity thermostat. If this is a vent-a-hood model, it will be up under the vent housing at the top (must drop microwave to change) and if built-in, it will be on the left side under the outer cover. Just remove the screws from the back and sides and right along the edge along the bottom sides. Will have 2 wires going to it from each side. Just replace thermostat and reattach molex plugs. Then retest. Should be fine after that.

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